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Autonomous learning in higher education. Systematic review

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Jose Jeremias Caballero-Cantu ,
Jose Jeremias Caballero-Cantu

Universidad César Vallejo, Lima, Perú

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Edith Delia Chavez-Ramirez ,
Edith Delia Chavez-Ramirez

Universidad César Vallejo, Lima, Perú

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Mercedes Evangelina Lopez-Almeida ,
Mercedes Evangelina Lopez-Almeida

Universidad César Vallejo, Lima, Perú

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Edgar Salvador Inciso-Mendo ,
Edgar Salvador Inciso-Mendo

Universidad César Vallejo, Lima, Perú

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Juan Méndez Vergaray ,
Juan Méndez Vergaray

Universidad César Vallejo, Lima, Perú

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Abstract

Introduction: Higher education requires new learning scenarios, centered on flexible didactic strategies that allow student autonomy and contribute to their maturity in communicative-research competencies.
Objective: Various investigations carried out regarding autonomous learning in higher education were analyzed. The research was important because it verified the relationship between autonomy and learning.
Methods: Qualitative research, systematic review, followed the standards of the PRISMA Declaration; The information was obtained in the Scopus database, in the period 2018 - 2023 following the inclusion and exclusion criteria. For the analysis, 50 articles were selected (31 quantitative, 5 qualitative and 14 mixed).
Results: They revealed that autonomous learning is the result of the union of individual or group work, self-motivation, solution strategies, responsibility, empowerment and autonomy on the part of the student together with freedom, empowerment, preparation of didactic material. of the teacher.
Conclusion: most of the research emphasizes personal responsibility in the face of a situation and self-direction of learning; however, no study addresses the five dimensions of autonomous learning.

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Caballero-Cantu JJ, Chavez-Ramirez ED, Lopez-Almeida ME, Inciso-Mendo ES, Méndez Vergaray J. Autonomous learning in higher education. Systematic review. Salud, Ciencia y Tecnología [Internet]. 2023 Jun. 28 [cited 2024 Apr. 22];3:391. Available from: https://revista.saludcyt.ar/ojs/index.php/sct/article/view/391

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